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Is My Cory A Julii's False Spotted? Question

Discussion in 'Fish, Snail, Worm And Pest ID Help' started by IchthyPen, Apr 24, 2019.

  1. IchthyPenNew MemberMember

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    This is an old photo of the cory in question. When I got this cory I was told it was a julii's false spotted but I see pictures of the species and it places a seed of doubt in what I was told the cory was. She/he (I don't know) is with panda corys. The pandas are about 2/3 her size.
    Sorry if the photo doesn't show up and if it doesn't, how do you have a picture displayed in a post?
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  2. EvanGValued MemberMember

    OP's picture:
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  3. IchthyPenNew MemberMember

    Thank you
     




  4. DonthemonValued MemberMember

    False juli has more line like markings
     
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  5. IchthyPenNew MemberMember

    My cory has more spots and connected spots than line like markings so if not a false julii, what is she?
     
  6. DonthemonValued MemberMember

    A true juli or leopard juli look up
     
  7. IchthyPenNew MemberMember

    Thank you. The true julii looks closer I think.
     
  8. CoptapiaWell Known MemberMember

    Trilineatus. Julii has tiny dots on the head, no vermiculations (dots joined together).
     
  9. AlgonquinWell Known MemberMember

  10. DoubleDutchFishlore LegendMember

    Like the others say. C.trilineatus
     
  11. IchthyPenNew MemberMember

    Thank you for confirming. It was quite interesting to look up different kinds, especially Julii's and C. trilineatus to figure out if my cory was what she was said to be.
     
  12. DoubleDutchFishlore LegendMember

    It is indeed quite interesting: Have a look at others that are sometimes sold as those : C.leopardus, C102, C.gomezi.
     
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